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  • What happens if you put the new widget above the others? It could be that the last one in the column has incorrect code. Can you post a link to your site?

    hi, check with your sidebar.php file. the title might have html list tag

    In functions.php remove the list tags in…
    if ( function_exists(‘register_sidebar’) ) {

    the website is http://www.ladyalamode.com

    How do I access the .php files and edit them? I have an ftp editor on my computer if it’s necessary.

    What happens if you put the new widget above the others? It could be that the last one in the column has incorrect code. Can you post a link to your site?

    If I put the widget before the others, it works fine for some reason. I just don’t like that format. It’s all very confusing.

    Because the widget works when you put it at the top, it probably means that in one of the others you have unbalanced <ul> ... </ul> or <li> ... </li> tags.

    This has been solved!

    I discovered that I had a </div> tag at the end of the last text box in my widget bar. Removing that fixed everything.

    Thanks guys!

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